All our dogs are house pets first and foremost. As you can see, they enjoy the show ring as well as performance events.
Amelia is a constant reminder of how much fun Dachshunds can be. She already has several AKC points, is an International Champion, and a Canadian Champion. She recently placed 2nd at her first field trial in a class of 18. Now in 2020 she is old enough to run with me and has completed 2 virtual 5K races.
Autumn has returned home after a 2+ year stay in Montana with friends. She is totally loving it here. She is a new International Champion and well on her way to her AKC and Canadian Championships. She loves helping me at work and often occupies the big cushy bed under my desk.
Here’s Summer, Autumn’s daughter, who ended up coming back home in November. Her new owner just was not ready for this crazy little busy bee and we are so glad to have her here. She makes us laugh every day.
Waiting At The Rainbow Bridge
Rose went to the bridge in 2018 and it was quite a blow. She was an amazing mother, running companion & all around goofball. She was so close to her AKC championship but didn’t live long enough to attain it. She was a Canadian Champion and International Champion. She held us together when we had so many losses and we miss her every day. Fly free and healthy baby.
Elektra went to join her mother Mitzi and daughter Hermione, just after the 4th of July 2018. She was a field champion, Sr. Earthdog (halfway to master), and had points in conformation. She was our rock in hard times and the mother to every dog in the house. We miss you so much, baby.
Hermione was our little Blondie Bear.
Even though she was a diva, she was
the sweetest thing ever to walk the earth.
We miss you every day. If tears could build a stairway,
we would walk right up to Heaven and bring you back again.
Mitzi was our first Dachshund and a wonderful dog. She was a field champion, master earthdog, and spent many hours in the junior ring with our niece. She followed her sister Lilly to the bridge 58 days later.